hold a clinic Meaning in Cambridge English Dictionary
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hold a clinic

to be available at a particular place to provide medical care to members of the public: Dr Clark holds a clinic on Tuesday mornings. UK to be available at a particular place to provide advice to members of the public: Our MP holds a clinic every Friday evening.
Translations of “hold a clinic”
in Chinese (Traditional) 門診, 提供門診服務, 提供諮詢…
in Chinese (Simplified) 门诊, 提供门诊服务, 提供咨询…
(Definition of hold a clinic from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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